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Property of the Toledo Museum of Art, to Benefit Future Acquisitions

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Nu s'essuyant

Auction Closed

May 18, 01:03 AM GMT


3,000,000 - 4,000,000 USD

Lot Details


Property of the Toledo Museum of Art, to Benefit Future Acquisitions

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

1841 - 1919

Nu s'essuyant

signed Renoir. (lower right)

oil on canvas

26 by 21 ¾ in. 65.9 by 55.3 cm.

Executed in 1912.

This work will be included in the forthcoming Renoir Digital Catalogue Raisonné, currently being prepared under the sponsorship of the Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc.








26 x 21 ¾ 英寸;65.9 x 55.3 公分



Please note there is an Irrevocable Bid on this lot.
Maurice Gangnat, Paris (acquired from the artist in 1912)
Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 24-25 June 1925, lot 88 (consigned by the estate of the above)
Galerie Bernheim-Jeune, Paris (acquired at the above sale)
Henri Canonne, Geneva (acquired from the above in 1925)
Galerie Charpentier, Paris, 18 February 1939, lot 47 (consigned by the above)
Private Collection, Paris (acquired at the above sale)
Sam Salz, New York
Acquired from the above in 1955 by the present owner 
Raymond Bouyer, "Les Renoir de la collection Gangnat," Gazette des Beaux-Arts, vol. XI, April 1925, p. 248
John Rewald, ed., Renoir Drawings, New York and London, 1958, p. 23
A Checklist of European Paintings, January 1967, p. 9 (titled Bather)
Toledo Museum of Art, ed., The Toledo Museum of Art, European Paintings, Toledo, 1976, pp. 136-37; pl. 256, p. 331, illustrated (titled Bather)
James G. Ravin, "Art and Medicine: Renoir," Bulletin, The Academy of Medicine of Toledo and Lucas County, vol. 71, no. 5, November-December, 1980, p. 21, illustrated
Guy-Patrice and Michel Dauberville, Renoir Catalogue raisonné des tableaux, pastels, dessins et aquarelles, vol. V, Paris, 2014, no. 4307, p. 406, illustrated
Exh. Cat. Barcelona, Fundación Mapfre, Renoir entre Mujeres. Del ideal moderno al ideal clásico, 2016-17, p. 237, illustrated in a photograph of the artist's studio